There are many resources for gaining mediation expertise. Here are selected links to important ADR websites for Tennessee attorneys, arbitrators and mediators.
Tennessee ADR Commission
ABA Section of Dispute Resolution
- Model Standards|Publications|Conferences. The ABA Section of Dispute Resolution home web page include a link to the Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators and provides information about publications and upcoming conferences of interest to dispute resolution professionals.
- ABA/College of Commercial Arbitrators Annotations to the Code of Ethics for Arbitrators in Commercial Disputes Judicial decisions and other published writings from 1981 through 2011 are cited, as annotations to the 1977 and 2004 Codes. Note, however, that numerous court cases and other writings that consider issues encompassed by, but not citing, the Codes are not included in the annotations.
ABA Ethics 20/20 Commission. The Commission performed thorough review of the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct and the U.S. system of lawyer regulation in the context of advances in technology and global legal practice developments. It submitted reports at the 2012-13 meetings of the ABA House of Delegates which approved a number of proposals. Association for Conflict Resolution. The ACR supports Conflict Resolution Day, an international celebration held annually on the third Thursday in October. Activities supported by the Coalition for Mediation Awareness in Tennessee (CMAT) are posted on the ACR web site.
CPR-Georgetown Commission on Ethics and Standards of Practice
Margaret Huff Mediation PO Box 121951 Nashville TN 37212-1951
Margaret Huff Mediation
ADR Resources: Web Site Links